Hi, please feel free to shoot me down, as I don't know if this is allowed, or is even in the right part of the forum! It's just that, well, I have PCa myself and also have some family and some friends who have varying types of cancer. Having watched a film called "The fault in our stars" a couple of years ago, (where a young lady had cancer and gained a boyfriend, who both then went off and had an adventure, paid for by some cancer charity). I don't know if anything like this exists for adults? (But I'll bet it doesn't!) I wondered whether similar help, like money given to enable someone with 'the big C' to have a holiday or some other type of 'wish' could or should be considered, either during or after a bout of cancer or a diagnosis of terminal cancer, or during later remission? I will just list two of the above mentioned people. Person A had cancer about ten years ago, had a major operation to remove most or all of it and now seems to be in permanent remission. They are not well off and although both person A and partner work full-time, they don't have enough to enjoy many of the good things in life and holidays and similar treats etc, are completely unheard of for them. A 'bucket list' is no more than an impossible dream in this case. So some kind of 'treat' would be a wonderful thing. Person B on the other hand is at the other end of the scale, as, besides being very astute and knowing exactly how to 'encourage' their friends to raise money for them, they also have a very well paid job, that allows them to take as much time off as they need (they had 15 months off work at first diagnosis, I don't know if any of that included pay, but they still have the job). They have been doing 'bucket list' things and have achieved over 25 things on it and are having to considerably extend the list! This has included stays in 5 star hotels all over the world and gone to many major events, been on radio and TV shows and even presented some of them. I won't list them all, but I think they have had a great time, which I am glad of, as they really deserve it and hope that they do enjoy many more! So person A in this case would be the only one needing a hand, (or even a hand out), to help them enjoy at least one good thing, they have done much for charity themselves, though don't like the thought of receiving any, but would probably do so, if such a scheme like this existed. Having just read through what I have written makes me seem like a jealous person! I don't intend to appear like that, as I have had many good things over my 60 years, which included holidays. So I am neither of these people and don't need any help. What with cancer being such a nasty thing, that seems to be everywhere now, I think that anyone with it, should be able to at least, have a bit of fun, to let them enjoy life either during or after their personal fight against it. I would love to know what you all think?